Posts Tagged ‘March 2010’
Liviania’s Duckies Do Series review of The Love by Numbers Trilogy by Sarah MacLean Historical Romance published by Avon Mar 10-Apr 11 In 2009, Sarah MacLean’s debut The Season got several good reviews on young adult book blogs. I put it out of my mind since it’s a hardcover, but then her adult romances started [...]
These four reviews are quick quack reviews by Liviania of the newest two books in two series: Jocelynn Drake’s Dark Days and Seanan McGuire’s October Daye books.
Ash’s review of Don’t Kill the Messenger by Eileen Rendahl Urban Fantasy published by Berkley Trade 02 Mar 10 I was hoping for more from this book, but I am not giving up on this series just yet.
Sandy M’s review of Cowboy Trouble by Joanne Kennedy Contemporary Western Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Mar 10 This is my first Joanne Kennedy book. I love a good cowboy story, and I do like the hero, Luke, along with the heroine, Libby. There’s some good humor throughout. The storyline starts out nice and [...]
Liviania’s review of Shift (The Shifters, Book 5) by Rachel Vincent Paranormal romance published by MIRA 1 Mar 10 Sometimes I read other people’s reviews before I write mine, sometimes I don’t. This time I did. I found that a number of people hated the book because they’d enjoyed the first several but lamented Faythe’s [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s Quick Quack Reviews of Three Spice Briefs by Anne Calhoun, Elisa Adams and Destiny D’Otare Contemporary erotic romance, contemporary erotica and historical erotic romance ebook short stories released by Spice Briefs Mar – Aug 2010 The amount of titles I currently have loaded on my Sony Reader is reaching Defcon 5, [...]
Ash’s review of And Falling, Fly by Skyler White Urban Fantasy released by Berkley 02 Mar 10 I picked this book up a few different times, thinking maybe it’s just my mood that’s keeping me from enjoying it. Finally I had to admit that the book is just not working for me. I hate giving [...]
Sandy M’s review of Chick with a Charm (Babes on Brooms, Book 2) by Vicki Lewis Thompson Paranormal Romance published by Signet 2 Mar 10 This is my first Vicki Lewis Thompson book. Oh, don’t gasp too hard! I have a good portion of her books in the old TBR mountain, and as with all [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s Duckies Do Series review of The Accidental Series by Michelle Willingham Historical romances released by Harlequin Historical Feb – Mar 2010 I’ve spent all of 2010 being perpetually behind in my reading. It’s gotten to the point where I literally have whole series waiting for me to read. Depressing, to be [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of The Family Man by Trish Milburn Contemporary romance released by Harlequin American 16 Mar 10 I had the pleasure of reading a previous Trish Milburn Harlequin American for a contest I judged this year, and I walked away from the story quite impressed. Nice characters, nice romance, completely devoid [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Miss Winthrope’s Elopement by Christine Merrill Historical romance released by Harlequin Historical 01 Mar 10 I like a well-done rake hero as much as the next girl. The trick for authors is writing them convincingly (no fake-rakes please!) while still managing to make them redeemable enough so that the [...]
C2’s review of Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean Historical romance published by Avon 30 March 2010 Ever get tired of following everybody’s rules? Dissatisfied with a life of bowing to society’s pressure and always doing what is expected of her, Lady Calpurnia Hartwell decides a change is in order. [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Erotique: Alex (Erotique #3) by Susan Lyons Erotic romance short story ebook released by Spice Briefs 01 March 2010 I know they can be frustrating for a lot of readers, but I love short stories. Sometimes all I want is a tasty morsel, a quick read to occupy me [...]
Liviania’s review of Hero at Large by Janet Evanovich Contemporary romance released by Harper 30 Mar 2010 I love Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series. Her other books have been more hit and miss for me, especially HarperCollins’s reprints of her old categories. For the most part, Hero at Large is funny and entertaining. In my [...]
Sandy M’s review of Mad, Bad and Blonde by Cathie Linz Contemporary Romance published by Berkley 2 Mar 10 I wanted to like this book more than I did. It starts out terrific, even though it’s a theme we’ve read before. I liked the heroine and felt for her when she’s left at the alter. [...]